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The urbanisation of agricultural land is essentially an irreversible process.
A retired accountant has challenged the directors of the multimillion-dollar Tasmanian dairy farms to face up to ratepayers.
Meat industry group pushes for the closure of some meatworks as keeping them open was cost farmers over $400m a year.
The wool industry will continue on a downward spiral now that a wool levy has been voted down, says a leading ram breeder.
Any relaxation of rules allowing genetically modified crops into NZ could ruin small but valuable niche export markets for North Island maize growers.
Desperate poaching hit farming couple found themselves on wrong side of law after setting booby traps on their property.
Mysterious liver disease killing hundreds of cows was a freak event but not unique according to a veterinary pathologist.
Public feedback sought on new draft guidelines designed to provide environmental benchmarks for salmon farming within the Marlborough Sounds.